The Dual Imaging And Diffraction (DIAD) beamline is dual beam X-ray instrument for imaging, diffraction and scattering, which operates at energies of 7-38 keV.
The primary aim of the beamline is to provide a tool to investigate:
DIAD is built to be suitable for experiments, which utilize:
At DIAD you can perform a range of experimental techniques:
For further information, please see the journal publication:
Reinhard, C., Drakopoulos, M., Ahmed, S. I., Deyhle, H., James, A., Charlesworth, C. M., Burt, M., Sutter, J., Alexander, S., Garland, P., Yates, T., Marshall, R., Kemp, B., Warrick, E., Pueyos, A., Bradnick, B., Nagni, M., Winter, A. D., Filik, J., Basham, M., Wadeson, N., King, O. N. F., Aslani, N. & Dent, A. J. (2021). J. Synchrotron Rad. 28. https://doi.org/10.1107/S1600577521009875
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